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Ansoft Designer 6.0 allows electronic design engineers to analyse signal-integrity, power-integrity and electromagnetic-interference (EMI) problems from a single schematic, layout-based environment.

With its Solver on Demand technology, Ansoft Designer 6.0 enables high-speed electronics and RF/microwave designers to access industry-leading field and circuit simulation tools while designing electronic packages and printed circuit boards (PCBs) early in the design cycle.

Solver on Demand technology integrates HFSS, 3D electromagnetic-field simulation software from Ansys and the HSPICE integrated circuit simulation tool within the Ansoft Designer 6.0 design platform.

The resulting benchmark design flow offers the ability to predict how high-frequency electromagnetic components affect the integrated circuits.

The design platform brings the power of HFSS 3D modelling to the layout and allows it to be combined with encrypted HSPICE models, improving engineering productivity, reducing development costs and optimising product performance.

By building HFSS directly into Ansoft Designer 6.0, Ansys has addressed the need for 3D modelling, port setup and boundary conditions for electromagnetic-field simulation.

Models of RFIC layout, IC packages and printed circuit boards from Cadence Design Systems, Mentor Graphics and Zuken can be imported directly to Ansoft Designer and solved in HFSS without any further setup.

The package layout can be parameterised to compute tuning and sensitivity, to understand impedance variations due to process.

Ansoft Designer 6.0 provides a powerful user interface to HSPICE with direct links to HFSS and access to the Ansys Quickeye and Verifeye convolution and statistical eye analysis, as well as IBIS-AMI technology.

High-speed electronic component designers now have a streamlined, automated design flow in which rigorous electromagnetic and circuit analysis can be performed to identify and solve signal-integrity, power-integrity and EMI problems early in the design cycle.

Ansys software enables EMI problem analysis

Ansoft Designer 6.0 allows electronic design engineers to analyse signal-integrity, power-integrity and electromagnetic-interference (EMI) problems from a single schematic, layout-based environment.

With its Solver on Demand technology, Ansoft Designer 6.0 enables high-speed electronics and RF/microwave designers to access industry-leading field and circuit simulation tools while designing electronic packages and printed circuit boards (PCBs) early in the design cycle.

Solver on Demand technology integrates HFSS, 3D electromagnetic-field simulation software from Ansys and the HSPICE integrated circuit simulation tool within the Ansoft Designer 6.0 design platform.

The resulting benchmark design flow offers the ability to predict how high-frequency electromagnetic components affect the integrated circuits.

The design platform brings the power of HFSS 3D modelling to the layout and allows it to be combined with encrypted HSPICE models, improving engineering productivity, reducing development costs and optimising product performance.

By building HFSS directly into Ansoft Designer 6.0, Ansys has addressed the need for 3D modelling, port setup and boundary conditions for electromagnetic-field simulation.

Models of RFIC layout, IC packages and printed circuit boards from Cadence Design Systems, Mentor Graphics and Zuken can be imported directly to Ansoft Designer and solved in HFSS without any further setup.

The package layout can be parameterised to compute tuning and sensitivity, to understand impedance variations due to process.

Ansoft Designer 6.0 provides a powerful user interface to HSPICE with direct links to HFSS and access to the Ansys Quickeye and Verifeye convolution and statistical eye analysis, as well as IBIS-AMI technology.

High-speed electronic component designers now have a streamlined, automated design flow in which rigorous electromagnetic and circuit analysis can be performed to identify and solve signal-integrity, power-integrity and EMI problems early in the design cycle.

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